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Nov 29, 2012 11:30pm PST
dollars. >>> a southern >>> most flights out of burbank's bob hope airport is cancelled tonight. the lights for one of two runways went dark. arriving flights have not been affected by the outage. those planes are able to land. officials at burbank airport at this point say they have no estimate on when those runway lights will be fixed. >>> fred is in for mark tonight. some basketball to talk about. warriors played at home tonight how did they do? >> an exciting game actually. let's set the table. if golden state could win, they would share first place with the clippers. but nuggets already beat the warriors twice this season. david lee scores 31 points, lee makes 13 of his 15 shots from the field. but it comes down to this. warriors led by one with .3 seconds left. .3 second. nuggets get the ball to iguodala and he makes it. >>> alex smith is throwing 30 touchdowns and 10 interceptions since jim harbaugh became the 49ers head coach. yet smith suffered a concussion november 11 and that gave kaepernick the chance to shine. smith is now a back up. safe to say alex won't be harbaugh's
KICU
Dec 5, 2012 11:30pm PST
lawmakers made thousands of dollars in repairs to cars they would soon own again. bob dutten spent almost $6,000 of taxpayer money to repair his chevy tahoe. all in the months before the state sold his suv, which dutten bought back. attempts to reach former senator dutten failed, but he's quoted as saying the car needed work as it approached $100,000. >> reporter: he is not alone, others also spent thousands of dollars to fix their cars. senator artesia had a bill for nearly $2,400 in the weeks approximate before he bought it. assemblyman hall of compton racked up more than $2,400 before the state sold his car, and then he bought it back. critics say california was long overdue ending this program. >> the only state in the country that had this program finally ended the program. >> reporter: it's impossible to know if a lawmaker benefited from last minute repairs, because the repairs could have driven up the price of that car at auction. lawmakers no longer have cars, they are paid per mile. it's an open question whether that is actually saving taxpayers money. >>> at ktvu.com, we have po
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